By Josiane Cobert
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Research shows that 30% of these children show signs of developmental disorders in the first few years of life. The early history of patients with childhood schizophrenia often includes significant deficits: • Deficits in language: expression and comprehension. • Reading difficulties. • Deficits in motor functioning: poor coordination, delays in developmental milestones. These may be more frequent in boys than girls. • Deficits in social functioning: social withdrawal, aloofness. • Attention problems, hyperactivity.
Many patients do well, with minimal or no symptoms, if they are treated very early and consistently with medications. They will need strong support systems, continued treatment and close follow-up over their lifespan. If medications are stopped, the risk of relapse is extremely high. The time until relapse is variable but the relapse may be more difficult to treat and residual symptoms may be worse than after the initial episode. If medication If medications are stopped, the risk of relapse is extremely high.
QXP 9/10/09 5:43 PM Page 51 100 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S SCHIZOPHRENIA anxious. They may have long and frequent temper tantrums and parenting is not always easy. Having a child with a chronic illness is difficult to handle and you will need all the support you can get—both familial and professional—to achieve positive results. The parents need to be united in order to be firm, supportive, and consistent in the rules for the child and in deciding upon the treatment course for their child.
100 Q&As About Your Child's Schizophrenia by Josiane Cobert